Tuscany Tourism & Travel Guide

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Top Places To Visit 3 Spots

Piazza Garibaldi

This square is very popular. It is in the exact centre of the city, and in fact the bridge opposite the square is called Ponte di Mezzo, the “middle bridge”. The statue in the square is of Garibaldi. The square is always very crowded and it is one of the gathering points in Pisa. From April to July the square is packed with students going to the bars that open onto the square and sitting on the Lungarno walls. Moreover, in this square you can find the best ice-cream shop, La Bottega del Gelato: don’t miss it!
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Ricasoli Madonna di Brolio

Apart from the fact that they make amongthe most subtle and elegant of Chianti Classico wines, that they singularly own the largest chunk of vineyard land in the Chianti Classico region, they also have other things to offer. Castello di Brolio is definitely worth a visit – for the castle and its history, for the wines, and for the lovely Osteria with its superb wine selection and great food – but you may not be able to stay there, unless you know the Baron Francesco Ricasoli personally. I absolutely loved the accommodation and welcome that was extended to us – ahem ahem – if you know what I mean. They have a lot of history here but my piece of relevant info was that the entire film ‘Stealing Beauty’ was shot right here in one of the guesthouses and the tree under which the final love-making scene between the divine luscious and oh-so-gorgeous Liv Tyler and some bloke was shot still happens to be in full bloom. I think this was a religious moment I had there for all boy-folk from my generation. La Bottega del 30, Villa Sesta, Hotel Plaza Lucchesi, o La Maremma are other places I could stay.
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About Tuscany

6 | Florence + Tuscany + RomeLeaping from the pages of a love story, strolling the sepia streets of Florence is a true romantic’s destination. After visiting the towering David and Il Duomo, catch a day trip (or overnight in Sienna) to nearby Tuscany for the world’s best cuisine and picturesque rolling countryside. Hop a 1hr 30 min train south to Rome and feast scenes of the Roman forum, Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. Conclude each day with gelato and you’ve got undoubtedly the most delicious one week trip of your life (or at least that I can think of).

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Best time to visit Tuscany is from March to June
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